Lemon Mousse Recipe
Lemon Mousse Recipe - This is a quick and easy recipe for a lovely light Lemon Mousse and best of all it only contains 3 ingredients.
Prep Time:15 minutes
Cook Time:0 minutes
Chilling Time:6 hours
1 1/2 cup evaporated milk (375 ml or 1 can of 400 gr), very cold
14 oz condensed milk (397 gr)
1/2 cup lemon juice (125 ml)
In a bowl, add in the cold evaporated milk. Whisk on high for 7 minutes until it triples the volume.
Add in condensed milk and mix to combine.
While mixing, slowly pour in the lemon juice. Keep mixing until the mixture thickens.
Spoon into small glasses and chill in the fridge overnight for the mousse to set good. Serve and enjoy!
Or try this version
12oz (340g) cream cheese at room temperature
225 grams Icing sugar
240g whipping cream
1 lemon juiced, about 1/4 cup
pinch of salt
In a large bowl whip the cream cheese until it is light and fluffy. Add the sugar, lemon juice, and salt and beat until everything is combined.
In another bowl, whip the cream until it forms stiff peaks, gently fold into the cream cheese mixture.
Equally divide lemon mousse into cups and refrigerate uncovered until thickened, (about 1 hour up 24 hours).
Serve with an extra dollop of whipping cream and fresh lemon wedges.
You could also crush some digestive biscuits and put these in the base of your serving dishes
If the mousse is covered, it should last about 3 days in the refrigerator.
Lemons are a fantastic source of Vitamin C and just one lemon contains about half of your daily recommended amount. vitamin C has also been found to be beneficial for inflammatory conditions and of course vitamin C has long been essential for staving off colds
Did you know? Pectin, which is found in the peel and pulp of citrus fruits like lemons, has been proven to help people feel fuller for longer.
kidney stones, these can cause excruciating pain, but eating lemons as a regular part of your diet may help as they have a high amount of citrate, which has been proven to naturally prevent the formation of kidney stones.
So Keep eating Lemons
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